Sony today introduced Slacker Personal Radio and Howcast Media as the latest Sony BRAVIA Internet Video Link content providers. This is an interesting win for the Slacker, which provides the streaming service also on their own portable devices - the Slacker Personal Radio Player G2.
Slacker Personal Radio delivers millions of licensed songs and more than 100 individually programmed genre music stations, while Howcast offers up a selection of its engaging how-to videos. Both channels offer content at no additional charge to BRAVIA Internet Video Link users.Slacker’s service also allows users to personalize choice across the web, BRAVIA Internet Video Link, Slacker G2 or soon on BlackBerry smartphones, ensuring that your favorite artists and ratings follow you to whatever device you’re using.
The Slacker and Howcast channels add to the existing BRAVIA Internet Video Link lineup, which already includes Amazon Video On Demand; YouTube; Dailymotion; CBS; Yahoo!; Sports Illustrated; blip.tv; CondéNet’s Style.com, Men.Style.com, Epicurious, Wired.com and Concierge.com channels; Sony Pictures’ Crackle, and others.
The BRAVIA Internet Video Link sells for $209.95 right now on Amazon.com.